paprikaitis.
Randa. 20. Foxey Afro-Italian.
paprikaitis.
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sociology-of-space:

Crazy Contortionist Street Art: Bodies in Urban Spaces
'How would you react if you were walking down a crowded city street and 20 people suddenly ran past you and crammed their bodies into the tiny space between two buildings? What if you happened to look up and see someone hanging from a street light, wedged into a window frame, or squeezed into the space between a tree and a building? It’s those reactions that spur Willi Dorner to create his intriguing, though temporary, living sculptures.
The Vienna-based Compagnie Willie Dorner was formed in 1999. Dorner strives to do more than simply entertain: he wants to create an experience for the audience. He wants to inspire viewers to change their perspective and see things in a slightly different way. Seeing a group of people in a place where people usually do not go and in a configuration that’s never been seen forces the mind to open to new possibilities. It inspires the viewer to see these overlooked spaces as a living part of the cityscape, and to reconsider which behaviors they deem appropriate for public places…’
http://weburbanist.com/2009/09/04/crazy-contortions-bodies-in-urban-spaces/
sociology-of-space:

Crazy Contortionist Street Art: Bodies in Urban Spaces
'How would you react if you were walking down a crowded city street and 20 people suddenly ran past you and crammed their bodies into the tiny space between two buildings? What if you happened to look up and see someone hanging from a street light, wedged into a window frame, or squeezed into the space between a tree and a building? It’s those reactions that spur Willi Dorner to create his intriguing, though temporary, living sculptures.
The Vienna-based Compagnie Willie Dorner was formed in 1999. Dorner strives to do more than simply entertain: he wants to create an experience for the audience. He wants to inspire viewers to change their perspective and see things in a slightly different way. Seeing a group of people in a place where people usually do not go and in a configuration that’s never been seen forces the mind to open to new possibilities. It inspires the viewer to see these overlooked spaces as a living part of the cityscape, and to reconsider which behaviors they deem appropriate for public places…’
http://weburbanist.com/2009/09/04/crazy-contortions-bodies-in-urban-spaces/
sociology-of-space:

Crazy Contortionist Street Art: Bodies in Urban Spaces
'How would you react if you were walking down a crowded city street and 20 people suddenly ran past you and crammed their bodies into the tiny space between two buildings? What if you happened to look up and see someone hanging from a street light, wedged into a window frame, or squeezed into the space between a tree and a building? It’s those reactions that spur Willi Dorner to create his intriguing, though temporary, living sculptures.
The Vienna-based Compagnie Willie Dorner was formed in 1999. Dorner strives to do more than simply entertain: he wants to create an experience for the audience. He wants to inspire viewers to change their perspective and see things in a slightly different way. Seeing a group of people in a place where people usually do not go and in a configuration that’s never been seen forces the mind to open to new possibilities. It inspires the viewer to see these overlooked spaces as a living part of the cityscape, and to reconsider which behaviors they deem appropriate for public places…’
http://weburbanist.com/2009/09/04/crazy-contortions-bodies-in-urban-spaces/
sociology-of-space:

Crazy Contortionist Street Art: Bodies in Urban Spaces
'How would you react if you were walking down a crowded city street and 20 people suddenly ran past you and crammed their bodies into the tiny space between two buildings? What if you happened to look up and see someone hanging from a street light, wedged into a window frame, or squeezed into the space between a tree and a building? It’s those reactions that spur Willi Dorner to create his intriguing, though temporary, living sculptures.
The Vienna-based Compagnie Willie Dorner was formed in 1999. Dorner strives to do more than simply entertain: he wants to create an experience for the audience. He wants to inspire viewers to change their perspective and see things in a slightly different way. Seeing a group of people in a place where people usually do not go and in a configuration that’s never been seen forces the mind to open to new possibilities. It inspires the viewer to see these overlooked spaces as a living part of the cityscape, and to reconsider which behaviors they deem appropriate for public places…’
http://weburbanist.com/2009/09/04/crazy-contortions-bodies-in-urban-spaces/
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teffthedon:

+ [8-5-14] - Self-portrait | 7:36 AM, by The Expressionist.
teffthedon:

+ [8-5-14] - Self-portrait | 7:36 AM, by The Expressionist.
teffthedon:

+ [8-5-14] - Self-portrait | 7:36 AM, by The Expressionist.
teffthedon:

+ [8-5-14] - Self-portrait | 7:36 AM, by The Expressionist.
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looming-lo:

untitled
hong kong, 2014
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itsjust-insanity:

Me
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markiantosca:

During NYFW. For Refinery 29. 
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Album Art
18,175 plays Source
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dopeblackart:

Dope #Blackart #body #woman #shape #art